Hi, I am a new member and this is my first post.
There is something that is bugging me for few days.
I am studying in London Middlesex University, and free parking is very limited.
There are only 3 short streets half a mile away from the university, which are unmarked.
As the parking space is limited, sometimes many park outside the pavement,
on the grass and the platform I marked in the street view outputs below.
2 days ago when i was looking for a parking, I saw a guy with an unmarked vehicle writing ticket to all the vehicles in the platform and the grass. But ignored the vehicle parked on the pavement.
Also I saw a no parking sign on the wall,which was not there before.
I can understand that the platform can be a private land (which I doubt),
but can a company issue a private ticket to vehicles parked on the grass.
Isn't the grass a council land?
Would you be able to advice me whether it is unlawful or not, as every day tens of students are getting ticket at this area.
I have uploaded and marked the points in question.
As i am a new member, I cannot upload links, but you can see the exact location on Google map by copying and pasting the following coordinates: 51°35'07.3N 0°13'21.0"W
Thanks for your time spend.